- Lecture Notes on triple integrals (Cartesian)
- example of iterating triple integral 6
different ways

[tripleintexample.mw] - changing iteration to adapt to rotational
symmetry 15.7.ex3

[s15-6-x3.mw] - Lecture Notes on deconstructing triple integrals [s15-6-34.mw]
- exercise in setting up triple integrals in Cartesian coordinates [with worksheet illustration, complete example solution as well]
- setting up the solid region and iterating from bounding surface
equations: tripleint-s15-6-31.pdf

[s15-6-31.mw, s15-6-31-volume.mw]

- Lecture Notes on cylindrical/spherical
coordinates/ Integration

[links, worksheets in previous link]

Every 3-d plot of solids representing a region of integration in space in the above worksheets include parametrized representations of each face of the region with 50 percent transparency to be able to see inside. Although this is an optional topic, it is an easy one to explain on the final days of the semester to show students that if they can master line integrals, surface integrals are a simple generalization.